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F. J. Degrange et al. 2012

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F. J. Degrange, J. I. Noriega, and J. I. Areta. 2012. Diversity and paleobiology of the Santacrucian birds. In S. F. VizcaĆ­no, R. F. Kay, M. S. Bargo (eds.), Early Miocene Paleobiology in Patagonia: High-Latitude Paleocommunities of the Santa Cruz Formation 138-155 [J. Zijlstra/J. Zijlstra]
Metadata
ID number:  58178
Created:  2016-02-17 23:51:02
Modified:  2016-02-18 16:51:02
Publication type:  book chapter
Taxonomy:  stated without evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic names (2)
Taxonomic opinions (9) - view classification
'Anisolornis belongs to Gruiformes' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Badiostes belongs to Falconidae' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Brontornis belongs to Anseriformes' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Eoneornis belongs to Anseriformes' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Eutelornis belongs to Anseriformes' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Liptornis belongs to Anhingidae' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Opisthodactylus belongs to Rheidae' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Protibis belongs to Threskiornithidae' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012
'Thegornis belongs to Falconidae' according to F. J. Degrange et al. 2012